Reg. 1 POST Approved Class
Course Number: R1 144C
Course Name:

Bullet Proof Mind

 

Description:

Topics covered in The Bullet Proof Mind:

Psychological preparation for combat. Bringing together current trends in violence, from terrorism to aggravated assault, Col. Grossman coalesces his research into a gripping presentation that educates on stress response, post-traumatic stress management, surviving gunshot wounds, and more.

A cornerstone for professional training if you might come into contact with interpersonal violence. Civilians are welcome, but Law Enforcement, Security Officers, and Detention Employees are especially encouraged to attend.

 

Col. Grossman is a former West Point psychology professor who's spent much of his career studying killology — his term for the psychology of taking a life. Among the military and law enforcement, he's a revered figure. His first book, On Killing, is part of the curriculum at the FBI academy and on the Marine Corps Commandant's Professional Reading List. Its follow-up, On Combat, is best known for his assertion that people can be divided into three groups — sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs — and that sheepdogs, "blessed with the gift of aggression," are responsible for protecting the sheep from the wolves. - Men’s Journal

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman is one of the nation’s leading law enforcement trainers. He has served as a trainer and keynote speaker for major national and international law enforcement training organizations and has taught representatives of thousands of federal and regional agencies in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, and Austrailia. - Calibre Press

 

 

Date: 01/12/2019
Time: 0800-1600
Credit Hours: 7.0
Location:

Summit Academy, 122 Substation Rd

Cottonwood, ID 83522

Cost:

$ 100
                     

TRAVEL, MEALS AND/OR LODGING ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ATTENDEE

 

Deadline: Dec. 12th, 2018
Instructors:

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman

 

Registration:

 

amfreedomdefense.org

More information:

Call 208-935-5734 or email amfdefense@gmail.com

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Remarks:

Do not send registrations to POST